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Tampa-Amsterdam Service Returning on Delta

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The carrier will operate daily winter seasonal service aboard an A330-300

Tampa International Airport and Delta Air Lines are proud to welcome back nonstop seasonal service to Amsterdam starting this fall. Delta last offered seasonal nonstop service on the route in 2019 pre-pandemic, and travelers have clamored for its return ever since.

The route is scheduled to start 26 October and run through 29 March, 2025, giving Tampa Bay travelers access to a major European hub. Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport is home to KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Delta’s trans-Atlantic partner and a member of the SkyTeam alliance.

The daily flights will be available for sale Saturday, 4 May, on Delta’s website.

“We’re grateful to Delta for creating a prime European connection through this nonstop service to Amsterdam, which we know will be popular with both Tampa Bay area residents and European travelers looking to experience our sunshine, beaches and other attractions this winter,” Airport CEO Joe Lopano said. “We’re looking forward to supporting the route and continuing a strong partnership with Delta, which always provides a world-class experience for our passengers.”

Delta will fly the route aboard a 282-seat Airbus A330-300, featuring 34 lie-flat seats in its premium Delta One seating, 21 Delta Premium Select seats with wider cushions and more legroom, and 2-4-2 seating in the Comfort+ and Economy sections. Inbound flights are scheduled to arrive in Tampa during the afternoons and depart for Amsterdam three hours later for a morning arrival in the Netherlands.

Route Departure Arrival
AMS - TPA 12:35 p.m. 4:55 p.m.
TPA - AMS 7:55 p.m. 10:45 a.m. (next day)

The nonstop flights from TPA will provide travelers with connections to nearly 100 destinations in the KLM network in Europe and beyond, to destinations like Delhi, Mumbai, Dubai, Nairobi and more.

“By seamlessly linking Amsterdam’s vibrant international hub — Delta’s most-served airport in Europe — with Tampa Bay’s renowned beaches, Delta is offering customers a gateway to explore the best of Europe and America,” said Matteo Curcio, Delta’s Senior Vice President for Europe, Middle East, Africa, and India. “With our premium amenities and extensive global network, travelers will have a lot to enjoy during the winter travel season.” 

Amsterdam has been a targeted destination for TPA as the Airport continues to grow its nonstop trans-Atlantic service in partnership with local convention and visitors bureaus, economic development organizations and business partners. These routes open Tampa Bay to expanded tourism and business opportunities, with a potential $107 million economic impact on the region, according to some estimates.

“These kinds of nonstop flights to sought-after destinations like Amsterdam can only happen with the help of our community partners: Visit Tampa Bay, Visit St. Pete/Clearwater, the Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce, the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce and Global Tampa Bay, which is comprised of the Tampa Bay Economic Development Council, Pinellas County Economic Development and the Pasco Economic Development Council,” Lopano said. “The support of these organizations has truly helped us grow global access for Tampa Bay.”